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The big short

26 Sep 2016 By Gina Chon

The largest U.S. financial institutions would be required to carry a larger capital cushion as part of new changes to the annual exams. That might shrink investor payouts. Smaller lenders, meanwhile, get relief. The Fed seems to be on a steady mission to cut banks down to size.

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